Other Services

La Leche League Farnham
We meet every Monday from 10am to 12 noon at 40 Degreez.  La Leche meetings are open to all expectant, new and experienced breastfeeding parents and their support partners. Meetings are led by an LLL accredited Leader (Breastfeeding Counsellor) and offer the opportunity to discuss breastfeeding topics and receive support.
Find us online at https://www.facebook.com/groups/LLLFarnham/
Booking is not essential, but helps us keep track of numbers and inform you if we have to cancel the meeting at short notice https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/la-leche-league-farnham-breastfeeding-support-tickets-159227041367?ref=estw

The Farnham Thursday Club is a social facility for adults with learning disabilities, offering companionship, games, raffles, refreshments, music, events and above all friendship for people who spend much of their time on the margins. Every week (except some school holidays) 7 – 9pm, on yes, Thursday! Want to join or know someone who would benefit, get in contact.So if you have some spare time on your hands we are always looking for people to volunteer, spend time & be friends; we don`t have a website, but contact Stewart via email – dakers.stewart@gmail.com if you’re interested in doing something rewarding.

Looking for something new to teach your dog? 

Dogs have a highly sensitive nose, vastly superior to our own. Scentwork is a natural behaviour for a dog and essential in hunting and finding prey. As man’s best friend, this behaviour has been put to many uses – for example in police work, search and rescue, and now as an up and coming dog sport. As a dog sport, scentwork has emerged from detection style nose work as practised by customs and excise, explosives detection, search and rescue and medical detection dogs.

Scentwork is suitable for all dogs, small to large, young to old. 

Surrey Scentwork meets on Thursday mornings 10am-12pm at 40degreez. For more information or if you would like to join our classes, please visit www.surreyscentwork.co.uk

AdaptDementia is here to support and help people with dementia and those who care for them.  We aim to help you find a better way to live with dementia with as much or as little support as you want, depending on your individual needs.

We provide a private service of informationtraining and support for anyone wanting to know more about dementia and how to adapt themselves and their environment to the challenges it brings.

At 40 Degreez in Farnham we run our popular Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) groups for people with dementia and our Support groups for those who care for them.

Here are some of the recent comments made about our CST Groups:

“My husband is thoroughly enjoying the sessions you run and finds them stimulating.  He talks about what has happened all the way home.  He likes meeting new people and this in itself is encouraging him to try to remain outgoing.”

“He’s always happy when he’s been there.”

For more information about our services please contact us on 07751903252 or email Mary Jordan: mary@maryjordan.co.uk

You can also visit our website www.adaptdementia.com

Singing with Georgie

Singing with Georgie is a fun, interactive way to sing, dance and play music with your baby. It is also a great way to meet parents in the local area. 

Georgie was the Head of Music at a school in London before moving to Farnham last year at the start of her maternity leave. 

The sessions run on Monday afternoons and Friday mornings and are aimed at infants, crawlers and early walkers. 

You can find us online at:

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/368555787915911/ 

Instagram: @singingwithgeorgie 

And you can book your trial session here: https://www.happity.co.uk/singing-with-georgie

Catalyst (formerly SAdAS) works with people who are dealing with issues stemming from drug and alcohol misuse and mental health – including housing, involvement with criminal justice, relationships with family and friends and getting back into work.

01483 590150, info@catalystsupport.org.uk.


Although the 40 Degreez Centre does not run formal and regular training courses at present, many courses are run on an ad-hoc basis, including:

Parenting skills

Life skills

National accreditation courses for 16-19 year olds

Duke of Edinburgh Awards

Contact us for more information.

WSCT – West Surrey Children’s Team

The Challenge Network

Spanish Students use the centre for summer school.